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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Falling For Autumn Tablescapes


I'm culling pictures today from my Blogger files:
old favorite Fall table settings from posts past.
Why?
I'm a little sleepy and a little groggy from the Percocet the doctor prescribed for me.
I had a suspicious thingy taken off my arm yesterday.
My daughter Annie has taken on the role of making sure I do what the doctor said.
She's a tough boss.

What follows are some favorite pictures of table settings done in September or October, '09 to '11.
No big explanations; if you are interested in seeing more of any particular table,
click where it says "click" under the picture.  Doh.  Bet you could figure that out for yourself, huh?

Now I'll shut up.  Which is hard for me.

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And that's all for today.
Tomorrow?   A look at some auction furniture.
And the recipe for my mother-in-law's Cheater's Cake.
Which I just may have a slice of this afternoon;
Annie baked one yesterday.  Comfort food, y'know.  -- Cass

 Thursday Links
At From My Front Porch To Yours, it is Treasure Hunt Thursday.  Click here!
Between Naps On The Porch -- Tablescape Thursday.  Click here!
At Katherine's Corner, it's the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop.  Click here!
At One Creative Mommy, it's the 13th One Creative Weekend.  Click here!
One Creative Weekend Week 12 Features



14 comments:

  1. Oh yes.... Thanksgiving. There begins the season of putting on 10-120 pounds... bleh. I must search for some healthy recipes this year.

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  2. And I know the secret of the "cheater's cake"! HAH! Lovely tables all -- but then your tables always are. Percocet -- it's a good thing. Taskmaster Daughters -- they're a good thing. Taking percocet and being looked after by a Taskmaster Daughter -- Priceless! (Can you say priceless on percocet?)

    Take care dear friend -- always love your tables!

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  3. Hope your suspicious thing is not that suspicious after all. I hope your Cheater's Cake is as good as it sounds. I'm getting hungry just imagining it.

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  4. Lovely tables !I liked all the dishes !Thank you so much for your kind
    comment and for your advice !

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  5. Gee, Cass. Hope your reports come back nice and clean. Cheater's Cake? You really are a tease.....or is it the Percocet doing the dirty deed? Take care and let Annie do the dishes.

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  6. I also hope the suspicious thing turns out to be nothing to worry about.
    Mind Anne and do what the Doc says. :D
    Have a great weekend.

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  7. gorgeous. Thanksgiving is one of my fav holidays...lovely table setting. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop xo

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    1. doh...forgot to say hope all si well with the suspicious thingy xo

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  8. What beautiful autumn tablescape & decorations! Thaks so much for sharing your ideas. I am your newest follower from the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop. Stop by and visit me some time: www.proverbs31motherhood.blogspot.com. God bless you!

    Mandy

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  9. I love your tablescapes...very lovely! Hope your arm is doing well. Yep, that Cheater's cake sounds like the perfect comfort food! ;)

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  10. Well your pics are still so beautiful and cosy! I hope all is well now that the arm 'thingy" has been removed. Vanna

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  11. It's fun to go back and see what you have done in the past. I certainly enjoyed looking back at your creativity.

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  12. I love the crow! My weekly linky party--One Creative Weekend--has gone spooky this week in honor of my thirteenth party. If you haven’t already, I hope you’ll visit "One Creative Weekend" on OneCreativeMommy.com (open every Fri-Wed) and link up this idea and anything else you’d like to share. (You can include non-Halloween posts as well, but feel free to link up as many Halloween-themed posts as you like.)

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  13. Cas everything looks so beautiful. Thanx for coming to THT!

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